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On August 28th 2003 two youths Joshua and William Buckner were put on trial for the reckless homicide of Aaron Hamel On September 5 the Hamel family filed a lawsuit against those they felt were responsible for their siblings death a video games publisher named Take 2 Thomas Body reports EARLY in the evening ofJune 25th 2003 AaronHamel a 45-year-old nurse from Knoxville Tennessee was taking the I-40 highway home through the nearby town of Newport Aarons cousin Denise Deneau was in the passenger seat The two were on their way back from a day out in the mountains They were returning from a great trip as told by Denise to ABC news My cousin said look at those flowers and then all of a sudden through my window came a bullet The heat was so much I could feel it On my lap I saw broken glass and lots of blood I thought I had been shot But she hadnt The blood belonged to her cousin Aaron the driver of a car now out of control travelling at 100kmh against traffic Now imagine that being covered in shattered glass and blood in an out of control car you have no way of stopping And when the car fortunately- if fortune can even be considered in a situation like this- grinds to a halt against the guard rail imagine looking to your side and seeing blood pouring from a hole in now lifeless cousins temple Head shot Instant kill Isnt that right kids On August 28th 13-year-old Joshua Buckner and his 16-year-old stepbrother William Buckner pleaded guilty to the reckless homicide of Aaron Hamel They had stolen two 22 calibre rifles from their parents closet a week earlier and had hid them in the nearby woods On the evening of June 25th the two headed off to a small hill in sight of the I-40 highway They planned to shot at the side of
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